Saturday, 19 February 2011

SPRING IN THE WALL

11 comments:

Hermes said...

A hopeful sign Lucy - though doubt if we'd see it here this morning - what a miserable day weatherwise.

ADRIAN said...

I like the texture and composition here.

fer said...

Very nice touch of spring. Is almost here

Luis Gomez said...

Lovely!

Carolyn ♥ said...

Beautiful! I would love to see even a touch of Spring at this point. Waiting patiently.

Lucy Corrander said...

Hello Hermes. It was a pretty dull day when I took this photo - and the wall is North facing and in the shade. Yet there are seedlings!

Thanks Adrian. Every time I walk by this wall I wonder if it will be the last time I see it - it is in such a crumbling state.

Hello Fer. I'm not sure when Spring starts. I tend to think it starts for every plant separately. So for this plant (and, therefore, for me!) spring has started already.

Thanks Luis.

Hello Carolyn - at least you can be certain spring will come. (I think!)

Lucy

p3chandan said...

I guess cracks in the wall is a perfect place to start for those seedlings...not long now. Spring is slowly showing her beautiful face again!

Lucy Corrander said...

p3chandon - Hello - and thanks for becoming a follower.

I must try to find out what these plants are. I've only ever noticed them in cracks in wall. They make falling-apart-places pretty because they flower for many months of the year.

Lucy

Chuck said...

this looks like it could have been Humpty Dumpty's wall!

Rita said...

Lucy, your photos are fabulous. I have been catching up tonight. I have been sick and gotten so far behind.

Thanks for all the visits and your wonderful comments. I keep asking myself the same questions you did. Perhaps some day I will figure out what I am doing wrong.

Would you believe that my mother, her children and grandkids total eight-two people and i can't get a singe one of them to follow my blog.

Lucy Corrander said...

Dear Everyone - the question Rita refers to in her comment is one I asked on her blog - 'why does she not have more followers?'. People are missing out if they are not seeing her pictures.

I recommend 'Cashjocky's Photos' unreservedly. It is really worth a look. Many she shows are retrospective - which means she is able to pick excellent ones from what must be a wide and wonderful collection.

This is the link

http://cashjockysphotos.blogspot.com/

DO VISIT!

Lucy